Campaign manager pleads guilty
A former congressional campaign manager entered the fifth guilty plea in an investigation that has ensnarled the inner circle of the previous speaker of the Connecticut House of Representatives.
Shubert to see new owner
The Board of Aldermen received a proposal Monday to transfer the historic Shubert Theater from city ownership to a new, not-for-profit management body.
Businesses prep for Bulldog Days
As prospective students and their families flock to New Haven for Bulldog Days, businesses in New Haven are preparing for an influx of visitors.
Tragedy mars Boston Marathon
Authorities scrambled to respond to security threats after two bombs detonated Monday afternoon near the finish line of the Boston Marathon
Keyes decides against mayoral run
As one candidate declined Friday to enter the race to replace Mayor John DeStefano Jr., the field of candidates for the city’shighest position is nearly settled.
Gun bill costs questioned
With the passage of Senate Bill 1160, an act intended to prevent gun violence, the state faces millions in projected costs.